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Genetics
Vaccines contain Mercury which leads to Autism

A team of nine scientists from leading Egyptian medical schools and universities have found that one in every 50 children in America have metabolic brain dis...

Demi Powell
Genetics
If you can do this diet, you can slow down ageing

With the help of a small stool, Mercy Carrion clambers onto an examination table. The obese 50-year-old woman stands just 115.6 cm (3 feet, 9.5 inches) tall....

Demi Powell
Genetics
Genetic Memory can tell us about the Past

Does the human soul transcend the lifetime of the body it inhabits? Do humans even have souls? If we do, what happens to that soul after we die?

Big questio...

Demi Powell
Genetics
Genetic Testing: Pros and Cons

While there are advantages to hereditary testing, it’s imperative to remember that there are additionally impediments. A positive outcome from disease heredi...

Charly Morres
Genetics
A Brief Overview of Genetic Testing

Hereditary testing is a sort of clinical trial that recognizes changes in chromosomes, qualities, or proteins. The aftereffects of a hereditary test can affi...

Charly Morres
Genetics
Genetic Analysis Finds The Bloodlines Of Inca Emperors

The puzzle of the origin of the Incas may finally be solved since scientists have conducted significant DNA study on the descendants of emperors.

Scientists...

Mary Henderson
Genetics
Ancient DNA Reveals: European Civilization Has a Near-Mythical Origins

Ever since the days of Homer, Greeks have long idealized their Mycenaean “ancestors” in epic poems and classic tragedies that glorify the exploits of Odysseu...

Jerome Patton
Genetics
Moving from Population Medicine to Personalized Medicine

In the United States, despite high hopes, our health-care system still generally operates as a one-size-fits-all model. Some refer to this as a population mo...

Elsa Chambers
Genetics
A Very Personal Problem

About half of all medical patients get a drug, in any given year, that could interact with their genes and cause serious side effects.

Inexpensive gene test...

Elsa Chambers
Genetics
Toxic Stress — What We Can Do to Protect Our Children from The Global Epidemic

The future of any society depends on its ability to foster the healthy development of the next generation. Extensive research on the biology of stress now sh...

Glenda Jacobs
Genetics
When Science and Religion Collide or Why Einstein Wasn't an Atheist

How has religion held up under the scrutiny of modern science? Not well, according to evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, who believes the only reason re...

Marian Yates
Genetics
Humans Would Not Exist if Viruses Hadn’t Intervened in Our Evolution

In one of the most memorable scenes from the 1999 blockbuster hit The Matrix, the antagonist, Agent Smith, a sentient computer program, interrogates rebel ...

Vivian Adkins
Genetics
How Sleep and Mental Health are Linked in the Brain

We are only beginning to unravel the genetic and biochemical basis of mental illness — a vague term including conditions as diverse as anxiety, depression, a...

Sylvester Dean
Genetics
Powerful 'Gene Drive' Can Quickly Change An Entire Species

Biologist Ethan Bier runs a laboratory at the University of California, San Diego where fruit flies are used to help unravel the processes that lead to some ...

Greg Cooper
Genetics
Why Sex (Really) Matters

There is no more important topic in the social sciences than sex. The truth of this assertion is linked to two indisputable facts: sex often produces babies,...

Greg Cooper
Genetics
Thanks to AI, Computers Can Now See Your Health Problems

PATIENT NUMBER TWO was born to first-time parents, late 20s, white. The pregnancy was normal and the birth uncomplicated. But after a few months, it became c...

Frankie Lynch
Frankie Lynch
Genetics
Why Mental Health Disorders Emerge in Your Early 20s

There’s a reason the image of the floundering, scared, shaky post-teen struggling to enter adulthood is a cliché. Between moving out of your parent’s home, g...

Felix Wallace
Genetics
These Parts of the Human Body Will Disappear in Future as We Evolve, Scientists Claim

In the first chapter of , Charles Darwin identified roughly a dozen body parts that he gleefully described as “useless, or nearly useless.” Darwin’s catalog ...

Elsa Chambers
Genetics
New Era of Green Electronics: Genetically Modified Bacteria Conduct Electricity

Researchers at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst have genetically modified common soil bacteria to produce nanowires capable of conducting electrici...

Elsa Chambers
Genetics
A New Angle on Anxiety: Surprising Findings Specific Brain Cells as the Key Target

Clinical anxiety affects up to 30 percent of Americans who are in great need of better treatments with fewer side effects. A study from Boston Children’s Hos...

Elsa Chambers
Genetics
Should you have your genes screened?

Having your personal genetic makeup analysed seems a mere mouse click away these days.

Growing numbers of medical service providers offer genetic tests that...

Elsa Chambers
Genetics
DNA Is Our New Data Storage Technique

Digital data, including videos, photos and text collected by devices is expected to hit 44 trillion gigabytes by 2020. At its current rate, the world is prod...

Elsa Chambers
Genetics
Scientists to build synthetic human genome

A group of 25 scientists on Thursday proposed an ambitious project to create a synthetic human genome, or genetic blueprint, in an endeavor that is bound to ...

Elsa Chambers
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